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Posted on:3/7/14 1:22 PM

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wildberrymom said...
Beautiful shirt. This pattern is rising to the top of my list.
3/9/14 9:17 PM
Michele Lommasson said...
Very pretty shirt! I do love the pocket flaps. Your fabric choice is perfect.
3/9/14 1:40 PM
Jstarr4250 said...
Another beauty, Cissie. I love this in Tencel. Such a great drapey fabric. Cute pocket flaps!
3/8/14 5:38 PM
AndreaSews said...
Beautiful! You should be the official Archer spokesperson. ;)
3/8/14 11:20 AM
Nana27 said...
Nice shirt
3/8/14 7:42 AM
sewgirlygirl-knot! said...
Very nice job. I like the material choice and would love to see a picture of the back detail. :-)
3/8/14 0:50 AM
SewLibra said...
Another great Archer shirt! I like your pocket flaps, too. The general look of this reminds of the "work shirts" that were so popular years ago.
3/8/14 0:39 AM
Danmar said...
A beautiful shirt and workmanship
3/8/14 0:29 AM
Sewiing Sue said...
Great shirt. Classic but feminine. Tencel is made by treating wood pulp with a dissolving agent. A natural fiber, it breathes and holds color well, even black. Soft and drapey. Perfect for this pattern as your shirt shows.
3/7/14 7:28 PM
kushami said...
Looks great! My dad has a tencel shirt - his is marked cold wash, warm iron. I believe tencel is similar to viscose in that it is a natural fibre with a manmade transformation.
3/7/14 5:27 PM
ArtAttack said...
Cute! What a wonderful gift. I love tencel, too. It's bound to be rayon or that stuff.
3/7/14 2:50 PM
MrsCharisma said...
This is absolutely gorgeous.
3/7/14 1:59 PM
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